Property and third party rights
Our team of experts at Ironmonger Curtis property solicitors can assist with the drafting of easements and covenants required to protect an interest in a Commercial Property.
Typical easements would include rights of way, rights of access and rights to run services over a neighbouring property.
Covenants may place positive obligations on a neighbouring property (e.g. for the maintenance of a shared structure or boundary feature) or restrict them from carrying out activities on their land that would be detrimental to the use or value of yours. Often covenant are imposed when part of a larger plot of land or a building is sold but other circumstances can arise where mutual covenants or easements are agreed.
Once a Deed of Easement or a Deed of Covenant is completed we will take steps to ensure that it is properly registered at land Registry so as to benefit your successors in title.
We can also advise as to the scope effect and enforceability of existing easements or covenants.
We can discuss fixed price agreements for this work, or can work with you on an hourly-rate basis, keeping you informed every step of the way.
Contact the Commercial Property team at Ironmonger Curtis on 0845 222 2635.